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Effect of amino acid substitutions within the region 62-76 of I-Abb on binding with and antigen presentation of Torpedo acetylcholine receptor a-chain peptide 146-162



Effect of amino acid substitutions within the region 62-76 of I-Abb on binding with and antigen presentation of Torpedo acetylcholine receptor a-chain peptide 146-162



Journal of Immunology 154: 45-54




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